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Mera Peak

4.5 (45)
Everest Region
17+ booked
16 days
Highest Elevation
6,476 m/ 21,247 ft
0 yrs

Tour Overview

Mera Peak, located in the Solu Khumbu region of Nepal, offers an exhilarating adventure for mountaineers and trekkers alike. Standing at an impressive elevation of 6,476 meters (21,247 feet), it provides a stunning vantage point to observe the majestic Himalayan range. The journey to Mera Peak begins with a scenic flight from Kathmandu to Lukla, followed by a trek through picturesque Sherpa villages, verdant rhododendron forests, and rugged terrains. As you ascend, the landscape transforms, gradually revealing snow-covered slopes and breathtaking vistas.

Climbing Mera Peak requires basic mountaineering skills, and although some technical sections are involved, it is a feasible challenge for those with prior trekking experience. Along the way, you will receive guidance from experienced Sherpa guides who are well-versed in the region's terrain and weather conditions. The climb itself involves the use of ice axes, crampons, and ropes, adding an element of excitement and adventure to the journey.

Reaching the summit of Mera Peak is a truly awe-inspiring moment. From the top, you are rewarded with an unparalleled 360-degree panoramic view of the Himalayan giants, including Mount Everest, Lhotse, Cho Oyu, and Makalu. The sense of accomplishment and the beauty of the surrounding peaks and valleys make the journey worthwhile. After savoring this remarkable experience, the descent retraces your steps back to Lukla, allowing you to soak in the natural beauty and cultural richness of the region once again.

Tour Highlights

  • Enjoy breathtaking views of the Himalayas, including Mount Everest.
  • Experience diverse landscapes, from Sherpa villages.
  • Ascend through rocky terrains and snow-covered slopes.
  • Climb Mera Peak with basic mountaineering skills.
  • Summit at 6,476 meters for a panoramic view of surrounding peaks.
  • Immerse yourself in Sherpa culture and visit ancient monasteries.

What's included

Airport - Hotel Transfers – Airport (Pick Up And Drop)
3 Nights Hotel In Kathmandu (3-Star Category) On A Bed & Breakfast (Twin-Sharing Basis)
Expedition Royalty And Permit Of Nepal Mountaineering Association (Nma) To Climb Mera Peak, Tims Card, Makalu-Barun National Park Entry Permit And Fee
Garbage Deposit Fees
Trekking And Climbing Map
Air Transportation: (Domestic Flight) Fly From Kathmandu – To Lukla And While Returning Lukla - Kathmandu, As Per Itinerary
Up To 15 Kg Per Member As Personal Baggage During The Trek Carried By The Porter
3 Meals A Day (Bld; Including Tea And Coffee) Along With Accessible Accommodation At Hotel/Lodge/Tea House/Camp During The Trek And The Basecamp
2 Liters Of Boiled Water To Carry On Thermos Per Day Per Member
Porters (1 Member: 1 Porter) Up To Base Camp From Lukla & Porters While Returning From Base Camp To Lukla
All Nepalese Staff & Porter’S Daily Wages, Equipment, Food & Clothing
Climbing Sherpa Including Salary, Equipment, Food, And Clothing
Necessary Cooking Gas, Cooking Pot, High Altitude Tent (Sharing Basis), High Food, Group Climbing Gears, Fixed And Dynamic Rope During The Climbing Period As Required
Government Licensed Guide (English Speaking) During The Trek And Sight-Seeing In Kathmandu Valley
Sightseeing In Kathmandu Valley (Swayambhunath And Kathmandu Durbar Square)
Medical Kit
Mera Peak Climbing Certificate Issued By Nepal Mountaineering Association (After Climbing Mera Peak Successfully)
International Flight Airfare (From And To Kathmandu)
Nepal Visa Fees
Lunch & Dinner During The Stay In Kathmandu (Also In Case Of Early Return From Trekking / Expedition Than The Scheduled Itinerary)
Extra Nights’ Accommodation In Kathmandu. In Case Of Early Arrival Or Late Departure, Early Return From Trekking / Expedition (Due To Any Reason) Than The Scheduled Itinerary
Travel And High-Altitude Insurance
Rescue Evacuation Costs If Required
Personal Gears And Equipments
Internet/Personal Expenses
$25 Usd For An Extra Porter Per Day (If An Extra Porter Is Demanded)
Summit Bonus For Climbing Sherpa
Tips For Basecamp And Other Staff
Any Other Services Or Activities, Which Are Not Mentioned In The Itinerary. Any Other Item Not Listed In The “What's Included” Section


Day 1: Arrive In Kathmandu (1400m) And Transfer To The Hotel
Upon your arrival in Kathmandu, you'll be greeted by the bustling energy of the city. You'll be transferred to your hotel, where you can settle in and take some time to rest after your journey. The capital city's vibrant culture and rich history will surely pique your interest as you prepare for the adventure ahead.
Day 2: Fly From Kathmandu/Ramechhap To Lukla And Trek To Chuthanga (3,060m)
Embarking on your journey, you'll take a scenic flight to Lukla, a renowned starting point for trekkers. The trek to Chuthanga will lead you through picturesque landscapes, with breathtaking views of rolling hills and distant peaks. As you ascend, you'll notice the air growing crisper and thinner, a taste of the high-altitude adventure awaiting you.
Day 3: Trek From Chuthanga To Thuli Kharka (3,900m) Via Zatrawa La Pass (4,610m)
Today's trek is marked by the challenging yet rewarding climb to Zatrawa La Pass. As you conquer this high mountain pass, you'll be rewarded with awe-inspiring panoramic views. The descent to Thuli Kharka offers a chance to soak in the tranquility of the Himalayan wilderness, with lush vegetation and the distant call of exotic bird species.
Day 4: Trek From Thuli Kharka To Kothe (4,095m)
The trail takes you through dense forests, where the play of sunlight through leaves creates a magical atmosphere. The route meanders alongside pristine rivers, offering a refreshing ambiance. Kothe, your destination for the day, provides a sense of seclusion and is surrounded by towering peaks that remind you of the grandeur of the Himalayas.
Day 5: Trek From Kothe To Thangnak (4,350m)
The journey to Thangnak is an exploration of remote landscapes. As you walk through valleys, the sense of isolation is juxtaposed with the raw beauty of the surroundings. The trail winds beside rivers and glaciers, hinting at the wild beauty that lies ahead. Thangnak, nestled amid the rugged terrain, offers a unique glimpse into the lifestyle of the high-altitude communities.
Day 6: Trek From Thangnak To Khare (5,054m)
Ascending to Khare, the air grows crisper, and the terrain becomes more rugged. Khare, a high-altitude settlement, marks the threshold to the higher altitudes you're about to encounter. The anticipation of reaching your ultimate destination, Mera Peak, fills the air with excitement and a touch of nervousness.
Day 7: Rest And Acclimatization Day At Khare
Acclimatization is vital for your body to adjust to the high altitude and reduced oxygen levels. Spend the day resting, exploring the surroundings, and engaging in light activities. This break allows you to recharge physically and mentally, ensuring you're better prepared for the challenges ahead.
Day 8: Trek From Khare To High Camp (5,790m)
As you continue your ascent, the landscape takes on an otherworldly appearance. The trail to High Camp is a blend of excitement and apprehension, with each step taking you closer to the ultimate goal. The views from this vantage point are nothing short of spectacular, serving as a reminder of the raw, untamed beauty of the Himalayas.
Day 9: Summit Mera Peak (6,476m) From High Camp And Return To Khare
The pinnacle of your adventure arrives as you set out before dawn to conquer Mera Peak. The grueling climb is a test of endurance, willpower, and determination. Reaching the summit, you're rewarded with an indescribable sense of accomplishment and a 360-degree panorama of towering peaks. The descent back to High Camp and then Khare is a mix of elation and fatigue, a reflection of the journey you've undertaken.
Day 10: Reserve Day For Unfavorable Weather Conditions
Nature's unpredictability is accounted for with this buffer day. Whether it's to wait for clearer skies or to rest after the summit, this spare day ensures you have the best chances of success while prioritizing safety.
Day 11: Trek From Khare To Kothe

Descending from the high altitudes, the trek back to Kothe provides an opportunity to reflect on your achievements. The familiar landscapes seem different now, a testament to the transformative power of the mountains.

Day 12: Trek From Kothe To Thuli Kharka Via Zatra La Pass
Day 13: Trek From Thuli Kharka To Lukla
Day 14: Fly From Lukla To Kathmandu And Transfer To The Hotel

The short but scenic flight from Lukla to Kathmandu provides a last glimpse of the rugged landscapes you've traversed. Back in Kathmandu, you can unwind and relish the comforts of the city.

Day 15: Leisure Day Around Kathmandu Valley

Immerse yourself in the rich cultural heritage of the Kathmandu Valley. Visit historic sites, ancient temples, and vibrant markets, gaining insights into the traditions that have shaped this region for centuries.

Day 16: Departure From Tribhuwan International Airport, Kathmandu

As your incredible journey comes to an end, you'll carry with you memories of the breathtaking landscapes, the challenges overcome, and the camaraderie forged with fellow trekkers. Depart from Kathmandu with a heart full of experiences that will stay with you for a lifetime.

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